Sit Spot: Nature Meditation – Lynn Trotta


Topic: Sit Spot: Nature Meditation

lynnSpeaker:  Lynn Trotta

Through a simple set of practices done in nature, one’s Intuition becomes highly attuned when they develop a quiet mind, open themselves up to curiosity, and experience a feeling of oneness with all things. They will learn exercises to be done at Sit Spot that lead to these powerful experiences.

What you’ll learn:

  • What Sit Spot is
  • How it helps tune your intuition
  • How to practice Sit Spot

About: As co-founder of Sagefire Institute for Nature-Based Coaching and a certified life coach, Lynn Trotta has married her love of nature with her passion for enlivening the human race. She is a lover of archetypes, facilitator of rites of passage, and naturalist, who’s  commitment to Inner Tracking consistently pushes her to rediscover and birth her most authentic truth. Whether working with individuals or groups, Lynn can help guide the construction of a life that makes you jump out of bed in the morning and shout “Yes!”

Links: Website

Gift: 14 Day Sitting on Purpose Program


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10 Comments Add yours

  1. Helena Falcon-Ramos says:

    Thanks for your talk. This is so true. I already have the habit to go outside to be and feel nature everyday. The best time is the morning. There’s something magical about it. The birds are singing and everything just seems quieter and More Alive at the same time. And I have a feeling of being in and part of it. my ego drops off completely. And then the rest of the day all those little daily things seems so much smaller but at the same time I can see and feel spirit in everything. I have been so much more complete since I started doing this.

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    1. lytrotta says:

      I’m delighted this rings true Helena! Yes, absolutely, going out first thing in the morning- the time of intention and inspiration when looking at the medicine wheel, will set you up for a day of clarity, peace, and balance. Keep it up!


  2. Jessica says:

    Lynn, thank you for the reminders about the natural co-creation between us and nature and tuning into the frequency that exists in nature. Both are extremely valuable for me to contemplate today! Much gratitude to you, as always!

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    1. lytrotta says:

      Thank you Jessica for watching! I often wonder what the world would be like if EVERYONE sat in nature each day? Rather confident, crazy things like war, would start to vanish. Be well!


  3. Susan Bates says:

    Great talk, Lynn. I loved being in nature as a child, was always outside. Your talk reminded me how much I miss it and need to get back to being in Nature. I have had extremely powerful experiences in Nature, connecting to the Oneness and Timeless you speak of and want that more often. It really does change how I am in the world. Thank you for sharing your amazing gifts with the world!


  4. lytrotta says:

    Than you dear woman- May you find all you seek in nature! Have you joined the Sagefire Community Facebook page? Maybe it will help build momentum for a daily routine?


  5. Judie Cummings says:

    Great talk Lynn 🙂 I love Sit Spot and work hard to sit when it gets cold … still :). I like your phrase that your souls has caught up with your body. That resonates with me with how my life is right now with my kids and how when I sink into sit spot how wonderful it is to be connected all around and within.

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    1. lytrotta says:

      Thanks for watching Judie! I forgot to mention that the idea of our souls catching up comes from Gilbert Walking Bull- he was the great great grandson of Sitting Bull. He was a mentor and teacher, but passed about 10 years ago now. I have friends who said they drove him cross country and he would ask to stop at every single rest stop. He would get out, walk around, look at all the silly trinkets for sale. The drivers and other passengers would laugh and complain about how LONG driving took- but Gilbert insisted that humans are not meant to go that fast and he had to constantly stop so his spirit could catch up with his body. I try to remember that when my life is going too fast.


  6. Verena says:

    Love, love, LOVE your talk! One more thing I can practice now when I am in nature; I was looking for ways to practice more mindfulness when on walks or during my “forest time”. Thanks so much!

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  7. lytrotta says:

    How lovely Verena! I’m glad this will go into your bucket o tricks for forest time connection! May the peace be with you 🙂


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